Democratic vice presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., listens as Democratic presidential candidate former Vice President Joe Biden speaks Friday, Nov. 6, 2020, in Wilmington, Del. (Associated Press)

“The numbers tell us … it’s a clear and convincing story: We’re going to win this race,” Presidential candidate, Joe Biden said on Friday.

The absence of an official call from television networks and other election forecasters, made Biden change his speech in his planned victory celebrations.

The presidential nominee said, “We don’t have a final declaration of victory yet but the numbers tell us a clear and convincing story. We’re going to win this race,”

 Biden’s lead grew in the four states that will decide the outcome, Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, and Nevada.

Americans had given him the mandate to tackle the coronavirus pandemic, the struggling economy, climate change, and systemic racism as he leads trump by 4.1 votes nationwide.

“They made it clear they want the country to come together, not continue to pull apart,” Biden added.

He is expected to address the public on Saturday, Reuters report.

The former vice president, with his running Sen. Kamala Harris at his side, touted the record-breaking 74 million votes for the Democratic ticket and emphasized that “the people spoke loudly for our ticket.”

“Your vote will be counted. I don’t care how hard people try to stop it. I will not let it happen,” Biden said.

Biden would also win if he prevails in two of the three other key states.

Like Pennsylvania, all three were still reportedly processing ballots on Friday.

Trump on the other hand tweeted, “Joe Biden should not wrongfully claim the office of the President. I could make that claim also. Legal proceedings are just now beginning!”.

A Trump adviser described the campaign’s litigation strategy thus far as chaotic and disorganized.

According to Reuters, Another Republican official said it was doubtful the lawsuits would yield a Trump victory.

Americans have been waiting longer than in any presidential election since 2000 to learn the winner, as officials methodically count a record number of mail-in ballots in Tuesday’s contest. The COVID-19 pandemic prompted many to avoid large groups of voters on election day.

As votes are being counted Biden is leading ahead by 50 electoral votes against Donald Trump, FOX News Reports.

Recently reports indicate, Trump’s chief of staff, Mark Meadows, was diagnosed with COVID-19.